That’s a wrap: All the done deals from Isuzu UTE A-League Deadline Day

The A-League Men transfer deadline came and went on Tuesday night. While teams are still able to sign free agents, here are all the details that were completed before the window closed.

The Isuzu UTE A-League’s transfer window is now closed.

Clubs had up until 10:30pm (AEST) on Tuesday to complete transfers before the window slammed shut, and Sydney FC made a splash with the arrival of Brazilian forward Fabio Gomes.

All 12 teams, however, are still able to sign free agents before the 2023-24 season gets underway next month.

Here is everything you need to know after deadline day.

Featured image: Sydney FC

What moves were announced on Tuesday?

Sydney FC confirmed the signing of Fabio Gomes on a one-year loan deal from Brazilian giants Atletico Miniero. The striker joins the club after spells in Portugal, USA and Japan as the Sky Blues look to fill the void left by talisman Adam Le Fondre, who moved to Hibernian in Scotland.

READ MORE: Sydney FC confirm signing of Brazilian striker: ‘He will make a name for himself’

Meanwhile, 21-year-old defender Riley Warland returned to Perth Glory for a third stint after an impressive season with NPLM Western Australia champions Perth RedStar.

READ MORE: Stajcic brings hometown boy who made Premier League move back to Glory after ‘outstanding season’

Yianni Nicolaou re-joined Macarthur FC after a title-winning season in with APIA Leichhardt in NPLM NSW.

READ MORE: NSW champ immediately cancels trip to make ‘no-brainer’ A-Leagues move

Who has already moved this off-season?

Here’s all the ins and outs of the transfer window so far.

Some of the key arrivals so far

Alou Kuol (Central Coast Mariners) – Kuol returns to the club after two seasons with German side Stuttgart. The striker burst onto the scene with the Mariners in 2020 before departing for Europe, but struggled to find his feet during his time away. His return comes at a crucial juncture for the Mariners, having lost star striker Jason Cummings to Indian outfit Mohun Bagan this off-season.

Valere Germain (Macarthur FC) – Germain joins Macarthur after over a decade playing at the highest level in France for the likes of Monaco, Marseille and Montpellier. The 33-year-old striker was part of the Monaco side which won the 2016-17 Ligue 1 title and made the UEFA Champions League semi finals, alongside Kylian Mbappe, Radamel Falcao and Bernardo Silva.

Tolgay Arslan (Melbourne City) – The German midfielder is the standout signing of a busy transfer window for Melbourne City, joining from Serie A outfit Udinese. Arslan has stood out in their Australia Cup run so far, scoring three goals in two games.

Daniel Arzani (Melbourne Victory) – Arzani returns to the city that he burst onto scene in five years ago, but this time with Melbourne Victory. The talented winger showed glimpses of his best at Macarthur last season, but struggled to maintain his form as the campaign wore on before injury ended his year prematurely.

Daniel Penha (Western United) – The Brazilian dynamo returns to the A-Leagues after an injury-riddled spell in Korea. Penha left a lasting impression in his one season at Newcastle Jets, leading the league in assists before earning an A-Leagues All Stars jersey against FC Barcelona. He looks set to fill an important hole in a revamped Western attack alongside the likes of Noah Botic, Aleksandar Prijovic and fellow off-season signing Riku Danzaki.